Gucci Mane first got famous outside Atlanta thanks to his 2005 single “Icy,” the song that also kicked off his longstanding feud with Young Jeezy. So it’s weirdly heartening to see that Gucci is still rapping about iciness. In a week, Gucci will release Woptober, his second post-prison 2016 album. We’ve already posted a few […]
Jay Jenkins (aka Young Jeezy) has been celebrating his 39th birthday for the past week or so. He’s had a huge celebratory birthday dinner in NYC recently, but recently brought it home to Atlanta with an intimate dinner surrounded by family and friends last night. Show More Summary
While you were watching the debates, Beyoncè was onstage performing during the Atlanta return of her Formation world tour last night. Atlanta artists Young Thug, T.I., Jermaine Dupri, Ludacris, Jeezy, Gucci Mane and more were all spotted backstage with DJ Khaled during the sold out show, and Queen B. Show More Summary
Young Jeezy caught up with Bossip at the 2016 BET Hip Hop Awards to talk Trap or Die 3 mixtape and shares a little known gem about Snoop Dogg’s ‘sexual eruption’ record. Tune in and share your thoughts below!
Jeezy’s New Music Video For “Magic City Monday” ATL’s most (in)famous shake junt is the subject of a new music video from Young Jeezy and his 404 homies. Where dem dollas at? All over the flo’. Image via YouTube
One guess where and when they shot this. NSFW, obviously. Previously: Chris Brown ft. Young Thug & Jeezy – Wrist (Remix)
A man was shot and killed over the weekend at party in Virginia Beach that was hosted by Young Jeezy. Continue reading…
Jay Jenkins aka Young Jeezy held a private dinner in Atlanta last night (July 21, 2016) Jeezy threw the soirée, held at Time Restaurant, in honor of signing Houston artist “Boston George” to his CTE Label. He named “Boo Rossini” as President of CTE to handle the day to day affairs. Show More Summary
Jeezy and Young Thug join Boo Rossini and Boston George of CTE on “Fuck The Summer Up”, the new single from the pair’s upcoming Drug War 3 project, due out next month. Listen below. Previously: Jeezy ft. 2 Chainz & Future – Magic City Mondays | Young Thug – Memo (Video)
Young Jeezy will be dropping his new single “Magic City Monday” tonight featuring fellow Atlanta rappers 2 Chainz and Future. This should be interesting since all three of them make music for the strip club… It’ll be available on
Young Jeezy just closed a sweet deal for a crash pad in Atlanta... for $685,750. Okay, the modern 3-story home near Georgia Tech wasn't exactly cheap -- but it's a revamped foreclosure, so Jeezy managed to pay $45,000 below asking price!…
A new twist on the Royalty track.
Chris Brown recruits Young Thug and Jeezy for the official remix to his single “Wrist”. Listen below.
Young Jeezy aka Jay Jenkins was dayum near tootless in a photo that leaked online earlier today. Reports are that the popular gangsta rap artist suffered an embarrassing ‘wardrobe’ malfunction when his entire front set of teeth fellShow More Summary
Boosie Badazz keeps the videos coming and releases one for “World War 6? off his latest album Out My Feelings (In My Past). Previously: Boosie Badazz – Choppers N Gunz (ft. Lil Durk & Young Thug) / Real Niggas (ft. Jeezy)
“Choppers N Gunz” and “Real Niggas”
Boosie Badazz keeps the music coming and shares 2 new records. He teams up with Lil Durk and Young Thug for “Choppers N Gunz” and connects with Jeezy on “Real Niggas”. Listen below.
After the year he had, Cam Newton needed a new song. On Saturday, Young Jeezy took care of that in collaboration with Under Armour. The rapper put together a hard, catchy song called "Hit Um" to honor the Carolina Panthers quarterback and his MVP season. Take a listen: This song has probably been in the works for a while. Show More Summary
Cam Newton was named the NFL’s MVP after a spectacular season, and on Sunday he has the chance to deliver Carolina its first Super (...)
From Kendrick Lamar to formerly young Jeezy, more and more big-name rappers are willing to explicitly discuss their faith on the record The post Rap’s crossroads: Why today’s big-name rappers are daring to be religious appeared first on Macleans.ca.